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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               B REPRESENTATIVE tJSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK VARIOUS THEORIES ADVANCED TO ACCOUNT FOR IT. from the Germa. rar. Will the Governor. u, an o KCUXO MACHINE for rnlir aiiatm.is of blanks a the latest addition wecttamr-al fonkirklPrmtiniflCoalpany. April 4.-The action rf Ernin A Coal i Ceatral Avenue. oDoomte Virkel ui v to account dnot. All .i ha change of .front, th. majoritv of which hiu J AM "PPomte Fiate AU-jradea of Hani and Soft CoaL Lumber. Shmj-le. and Lath. Correspondence for wholesale lott ght and HE NEARLY KILLS A SALESMAN IN AN ATTEMPT AT ROBBERY. count of Wednesday's vote last i turned over the ballots to the I ityclerk. The board of aldermen spent the Hotel Game Worked day and evening enumerating the j MJ 41mo.t midnignt resume Chicago In thin city the only aawsmblymen elected i Win H. MetaUf and Hiram Howard j for Third __________. Didn't Strike Nejro m.hi.1, -i LUB majorit- EKsxsii.'ss '1th sufficient force to keep it in Third and Fourth representative) other seven failed of a majority mere was also no choice for the rrom this city. Brown, dem., had votw Smith, rep., had The next legislature stands: pnbhcara, 37: Democrat, U; to be chosen to sS'S ct If the Republicans hold in the suppls- mentary elections what they now ttwv will get the 10 votes which th-v need on thi ballot, for of the -7 failure to etelt10 .Hd Wa. Mard.r.r, Th.i, GaUt. All work .pantl ow held b7 Cranston wui have t.> elert a wnator and two Smithfleld and e retail ,leaier Chiaa. (jlaanware, Ac. HOTEL, tl per .lay an.! Bottnling auble in connection. Victor Bider, and Lion street. every part of the __ BARBEJt SHOP chas- Sale, Prop. as sued the doctor for OBSUKVKB. Largtst Daily in Onnty. Ao uneqnailed medium muto man who njgiate.wj at the Sonday under name of diamonds to him fnr -ion. as he was wit-nnj- from a to.vwit their store Will- for firm- AJ- Aftercar-fnllv-Tarninin? ill len one rina- and r.in. t lita 1 mainder of th. f hind him and-struck him blow with a heavy cane on the back of the head, knock- me him down. As the salesman up on hw-feet and faced hi, assailant. AHen him again, cutting a woand two inche, Ion. of diamonds, rushed out of the the hallway. After an en Intel and taken to 'aw "on. BigLrs are unless inflammation should set in. the oV o( i against the Pint Xatonalblnlf Ga-- temuld draft) and to Canada on June On taTwavthert edepositel with the First National the meantime the draft to ParSf TOBACCO MEN NOT SATISFIED WIT THE TARIFF SCHEDULE. Th.j, Pr...nt a M.a-ur. to in Da In HtiuM anj Idaho Bll Made a Te.t Other WASHINr-.TOM. ApriH.- Havana Cilran.wh. Qn.rrel, i-Durin, a rT -ac" waw later in the He FritZ boa badremrd engineer with ii-t" t., tarash state that Aberne 111 hlS a'M'trera wh.n oinnj thT" a schedule -.th the that the .xmmuttee miopt it m place ot the one to which made. In the -schedule adopted bv the coo.- "ales of tobairo to- are with thin band. D ua CO Pulley, Jhafang Hangers, etc. Patterns Fariraii, and Waiae order. ripnga' a prominent Jpoli- a caupidate for a city office at All rhe parties are very prominent u Dr- Smith's friends claim that he ,3 bemgbhu-kmailed. bnt the evident >n the pointu .trongly to gailt_ j Th. Country Overflowed. j April t._The ConfeMed on HOXEBVTLLE. Ga.. April 4.-Rohert Mc- Hlcks "ere for the mur.ier of TTiUiam Hushes and his fat N'ovt The drop fell at W.M p. m. anj without warnins. felled him witk a''l f( u rhat th" have keen fi, nothing, and that for Mr p- "counsel tor ill on that account. The iifnee u. yec ready, however te give -la.-t staleicent of the firm', affairs. SHIRT CO trf and io3, of o an perfect Solan Drea. Shiru. On sale in all leadfnz furnishing housea in Dunkirk. D TOOBCET. and m Lion street, -----Floor. Feed, alt. Baled H. etc. Entabluihed, 1S77. in an i uu MILITARY gj------- i r arJsr-TsS: I and under arrest for .-..mnYi I E'V tf airsi voiu took their departure of inhabitanta. but ne left the town. rty all the white, I Wls the most "raral evB m The murderer, were but o The testinio. for Crtmln.l Contempt. the reporter 1C in fhe Flack jurv room, hue .-ontempt. Hen Julius KanfTman 'n.-riir. iias in.iictwi for of ,Jl-v he had levied on. tobat-co suitable for w tut. schedule aims to ,lo It and manufactures of leaf tobacco suitable for if not pound. ff "r ot' quanuryof tobacco .roatjuue..! in box. par-kage. or in hulk .hall be dutiable if not at 35 cent, per i stemme.1 at onts per poun.r Provide.1 further, that if any bale box o packase contain more than an" per cent o suitable for cigar wrappers, the en tire quantity of con tamed in such ba e. hoi. package or m buUj. shall aw.-, if not steaimeil. at per pound- if stemnwi at ti 75 per pound. Provided further, that if any tobacco ini- ported in any bale. 1OTI. package or in bulk consist of m different the enrir-.- quantity of tobamn con- m su.-h hale. or jn Jlall dutiable if not at fi ioimd: if stemmed 75 per pi-.iiml. The above woul.1 he entirely sa'tisfaotory t.) the niannia..'turers of clear Havana cigars :ui.l lilies' Flanneleite New lot of the popular Mu.lon.in Cotton NVw Lot Table Oil flotli. only t.fs. por va. Now SeJf-ridiriK Horses. CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. Hie Idaho by th. HOTEX. and uinina Depot tasj access to af Saloon, Union Iraiaa And tor Com- A lunatic, hitliert.) AlfTCK. r'led aa harmless. J. Murphy, Prop. and S9 E Toir-l Fine Farmtare. Cabinet Ware anil I'p- Picture frames maile to order. O. .HATTESO.N CO, Central Ave., ot Faahion and Gentlemen Uutitters. and before he i persons, one 3o tried to cap- secured he of them, it is II steam Heating Apparatno. Sanitary Plumbing a Special tv. LAC.TUKT. I0c; follars. Free Oeliv- Cumnungs, 2u7 Cenur street. ture hiai. t_. tVared. fatallv marenal for an debate Tn nma., friend, of Prmce to Not Mentally Sound COBTLA.TO. y T., April 4.-A very large amount of testimon is being the trial of Robert W. Gnswold for the der of Dennis O'Shea. to establish the fact that the prisoner is not of sound mind Th Srsater part of an ent' _ n oi-cupieii with thia class or testimonv J Sniatei f r h venlict on the aci tnat a not rational jg NlokM ProbaWy a ROCHESTER. N Y Ann] 4 Treat Them .411 Alike. Win- amtaruttaff I iy has alreadv lass of testimony. rema.uu of William F. Mount posed I of a saloon and restjiursnr avenue. It is ren.-.rali- Workeri' APr" board i orkers of America met e the of on the  f h' m tbB publlcS i 1 the attitude of the Bavarian gov- rh" Catholio question the i tha- i bltwrl? bostile toward A tevee Breaks. i BA.aTao. ftinvdee levee twelve east of here, has bp-ken "r'r JTS i i i I ed. Ihrse inches of rain MJ i mght-the heaviest fall for SI are much swoolen and i bndge, on the Monroe road ar, A -Sort of American A-rk" Apn! re- l-'Iari'ndon, Ark., is to the an'-' "r -j- Mw" overflowni ThJ labor organisations. It il to work for a reduction of the DeS laid down by othsr orSani- Dankirk Prindnir Company, and 10 iL second St. A' A telegram received rien.n enounces the publication a nampiitt entitled -He Goes: What nf thac the kaiser is the of the painpaltft. The telegram tic N-jw y" author A Xardered Baby. .-'svn.iji, Y. April mtapie wa8 out in the racewav he. a heavy cloth sack floating in the sarlHSH? having been committed There la the parentage of the r-hili Killed by a Chinaman. Mont.. April woman of bad repute was found dp senator Beck Will WASHIXOTOX. April 4. -There L, a well- .ni 01P "MW "I- TH E MARKETS. Tork Wooey Market. VOIUL April 4 I'ernois propose to recomUe parties alienated by Prince Co.. JH. TAH BUWDf a SON, Fire ar. in In Seal Enate and anennon paid to rhe care ot proper! v tag rent. ic. Center .t. floor yj ONKOK'S PHAJUfACC, WO Central Avenue lor Wall Paper Fail t Ac. S. J. Failure at Baltimore raoRz, April un commissioners at Xo. il d. Liabilities A Tannery Burned. Pa.. April dt tannery hrre was bur partially, insure.: SPORTING NtWS. Great Reception to Boaunu. I JdeimtTof the? i lueunry ot the supposed niur-it'rer not The case is being investi'iawi j Crnnhed by a Train. I BTTFALO. April 4. -Shortly after fl o'clock W-ednesday night the brfv of an unknown man was found on the Erie tie j bw bea.! was founil on i by which he could be the man met h's dear h bnt it is believed that he was trvine m ,.rawi under a moving tram 5teal a ride and Grim IE Bunker's loiuia on the mraeii last nizht i treet .-rossing i re.1 I into a jelly Nothing w .____ TOn bv whii'h ha u 1 Center street, MaBulactnrer and ilealer i n Hai aasa, Saddles huffaSo Eob2; paandaieigh Boben. f.. u the CSK tuitions with1 moving tram to steii v as ab- I prv-rs I5" dOWn fahe. He declares that a friend of i iS. two games new B'otherh.xxi grounds in thin 17 Eut nurd street Tailor. Gentlemen wiil and >i to ttair advantage to call on me before porehasinK elaewMre. PB. CABT CO, 339 Lion street. Lead.Oils.Paintar's Oil Clothe. Grat te A William, FaiTitand RB1J2JO. Met bjank-books. ledger., and I all kiada of btaoka done at Dunkirk PriatiBj Company, d and 10 E. Second it Cor. Tnitd and Boffalo Sta, FlaffirW and lu Lat. pariv is r, that the gen't family are aware of his whereabouts. Th. Cunat at Xe PROVIDENCE, ofHcial count in that there was no tative. of 14 to much -MUMUiJM1Blu -i won the game by a score The game in this city was wi! The Farm Burned. was burned yesterday Los, ilofloo In the book., water color picture of Mr I Greeley and a bast of Horace Greelev saved by the neighbors. Miss "babi-vlle i Greeley WM ,t .t i flre. She ia n  THE SKNATE. April senate vester dav after the consideration of the routine I'UMnes, and the of Mr [nsalL ;i.-r as pro .luring :nu absence of Vice President Morton." the ..-a.se was taken up and Mr 'ra.yttnhiie.1 aa argument. VVednes- i of Clark and Mazmis, the Detn.H-ratu: claimants. The matter then went over until Monday. The house bill amend the census law by providm for .-num. cation of the Chinese population in the country was taken fnw usse.1. hur wTrin.ni: u.-tion over till M.mday After ,111 eiwutive session the sen until tvinuriiay. i f" New lot Men's an i-t Boys' only 23 cento The of Rh 3 O U N CE M lawns let tiMnLf gardener, acd F S -J..I -H m.w ;vl :ime nd ablv employed and B. F. IOHNSOX i rn''" it.. RiLiimomi Vi J- x. v. hare frequent requests by mail for samples of I___; ,-m R 7 and 9 EaM Front street. Wniaky, Wines, Brandiea. C'.ueiaJ Liquor (or Family Use. O P nrni Md Spot Mies of So. 2 Mr. Plan WASHm.-ro.v. April house com. rnitfee on banking and currency spent it. vest-nay m hearing a report from that had been dim-ted to ob- tain tne of the postmaster general in ROOMS TTHTNT In itae Merchants Bank Building. In-jiureof tf or frank Mav. CARL SCHAUER are pleased to receive, but heg-toask particulars regard to the wanted. State whether ede. ngs, insertions or flouncing also what width an 1 the price. We have a stock of em- broideries that is second to none m the country and ati- to any in Buffalo Ihe money value we offer i., simply unparalled. There are edgings from I of an inch to IJJ rncles wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and muslin. Matched gets in different 59 East Third St., Has just a A Ctraular iMned by -------3BAH, April by Emm Pasha accuse the bruisn havuig faMy rtewribed him as the plaintiff in the .-ivil action against Tippoo Tib and de.-Iare rhat the real plaintiff in the caseU It w thought that the politicians are Emin to further their owienda OB the April 4.-The Prench steamer from B.jrdeanx. ted ashore XV aawt, aear the depot. i Boarding, tele. Feed and Livery stable by the day or week on reaaoaaWe j Live stock 1 I excursion to Poland and accordifirk chaniwl his plans. Subsequently it covere.! that a plot ha.i formed to wreck his train, and several supposed to be n-ere arrested. April telegraphs- Ernin's action as nroof that he j gospel of enterprise is spreading." rooms i Jlyer has volunteered club's entertainmenta j The Champion Sot on Hand TORK, April t-sullivan did not 7hy ye9terf7-Md rie 1_ mar''1 with Corbett did not has to put op purse for a ftght between and Jackwm rjin Carried Off the Show April 4.-Two thieves" entered night. valuables and carried out a show caie'in reet long, containing nearlv watches They were walking off with ihe case when them' One ra" escaped. The other was arrested Boy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a apeciaicy. Frank 388. Third at MOCKJCK, Mercaaat Tailor, Central Avenue PKOFES8IOSAL. J> T. BOLFH. M. D., Calli may be left at Lv Fortj Dneb in a t a nber oi Th. MannUs of Jiormandy Dead. S, April -t-G s McAuliffe and Sullivan. BaaebaJl Gunn. are the results of the Resignation. April General WTiyte has sent a letter to Governor Jackson giving his opinion upon the qu, Archer should be a.-cepted. He notnntil the legislative has reported on the matter. rains dead. He was in his occurred at Brighton. Biunarek WiU Stllj Talk. BKRLDC, April Bismarck an- aoancra that has decided to frequently vnm aia oDimona on mihHc -i.-_. -BoW 3- Rochester S. At Bbrtoi i unusuallv heavy mme-Li' 7n 10', Plcked 4; second the Lower 10, plcked nine 0. Ouachita and Red River vat I o. "I accompanied by severe winds. Stat. Heetinj. of the Cleary Knocked Dot HOT SPRDTOS. Ark., April Clearr WM out in the first romd by Ed aoonoa, that to b. decided to w "T 4.-Mik. Cleary F.TO M T Xo. northern. N-0. j 4 Cho wheat-.Na SWisc; No. Baffklo tlve Stock M.rk.t. -r April 4 '-A ITLE forjil for .Jer in the matt r. He did not deem sn.-h a currency because wouMnotaeoomnfchthe desired ue -houirhr. that the English plan for placin urds .w that they could be Crercoits ud trouserings Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will p.-iV you to s-t't him befoi E purchasing. IT I t-JPyi'LIOfl all kinds of ma. teriai. All-over great variety. Flounciiigs in the different 18 inches to 60 inches. of cambric at oc- per yard. -----B_. be established with ,uc- The committee took no action on the Mr. Brice Buy. a Ballromd. reported S. Brice has bought the Fort f-momnati and Louisville railroad which run., from thi, city to Ccnnonr.Se and from New Castle to RuahvilJe Imt and a generally toown as the Ihe price named a J2..500.000 Mr 1? br the of road left city yesterday on a tour wnicij jjp iu president, cunnects with the Fort Wavne Cincinnati and Louisville at Muncie. In.l.' The Champion Tramp. BtTFFALO. April .N'amlaht of this city, writes to The that he will make a trip around the world, starting from Sew without a cent in pock.? He i.' hi.- iriu is mccessfu! Kf uMfa ik the tr-Ving to LADIES! 'you want an easy and comfort able shoe, with a one that will Killed HI, Wife -Vaw TORK. April A. Smiler a ------formerly employed on The Ste kille.1 bJB wife -fused u> live with MP CHIMNEYS ctr TH, SORT: THE .ICHT OH PEARL TOP ChildreB Burned to Death. keep year feet dry warm eef pair of D. Armstrong 
                            

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